Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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HAVE GUEST NIGHT « Newcomers club met April 19 for guest night at the Country Club. Hostesses were Joanne Schubert, Ginny Nelson, Sandy Krasean, and Gerry Howe. Join- ttig the club were Mary Ann Griffin, Pat Langston, and Don- tta Etherington, Maxine Rooney Won the door prize. At 500, Ginny Nelson had low and Mary Zegg, high. At bridge Blanche Wolter had low and Bea Easier high. Sheri Baker was soloist accompanied by Marilyn Paetz. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED <-Teri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst, celebrated her ninth birthday Saturday and was given a swimming party at the Fort Dodge Y. W. C. A. pool, accompanied by her mother and sister Lori. Guests were Therese Gettman, Cindy Sheakley, Debbie Levy, Jeri Rae Anderson, Dana Rock, Karin Erickson and Janet Smith. After the swimming Which ended at 11:30 they went to Treloar's for lunch. ATTEND OBSERVANCE Mrs. Vincent Brennan and her daughter Mary Kay Barry, Em- metspurg, and Mrs. Imelda Engesser went to Dubuque to attend the various, observances in which Mrs. Roy Berrici was honored as "Mother of the Year;*' She is ^daughter of Mrs. W. A. Barry and the late W. A. Barry, IDLE HOUR CLUB MEETS•••£#• The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday ;,vwith Mrs. Albert GranzqwK Guests were Mrs. Kay Edwards, sister of Mrs. Delia McCullough of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Grace Johnson and Mrs. Trella Patterson. Mrs. Edwards is spending a few weeks at the McCullough's. held election of new officers The VFW Post 2541 and it* Xuxiliary held their monthly rlinner meeting Wednesday evening. Hosts and hostesses were: .Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeipler, Paul McBridc, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stebritz, Mrs. Clara Drayton, Mrs. Emma Haag, Russ Waller, Richard Sjogren, Paul Palmer, Fred Diekmann Jr., Al Missal, and Glen Snider, who served a delicious dinner. Mrs. Louella Wolf presided at the business meeting of Auxiliary held following the dinner, which was attended by 28 woman.; All chairmen filled out reports for district officers. : At-an election of officers, the following were .chosen for the coming year: President, Lorraine Schoby; Sr. vice pres., Alta Toast masters Joyce Good- StevenV Jr. vice pres., Hutchison; treas., Mary mari; chaplain, Delores Roeth- lei;;; conductress, Shirley John son; guard, Emily Shackelford; three year trustee, Louella Wolf; one year trustee, Mildred Zeigler: BREAKFAST CLUB MEETS The Breakfast club met Tuesday with Mrs. Fern Foster. It was a farewell observance for Mrs. Neil McCall Who will soon be leaving for Omaha, Neb., to make her home in an apartm- ment built onto the home of her son-in-law • and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Gritnth. INFANT CHRISTENED The christening of Theodore William, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley Jr., took place Sunday; April 17, in St. Cecelia Catholic church. Sponsors < were Victoria Bradley and Mark Seeley. The' Bradleys have two other small sonsi John Joe and Timothy Luke. ': ROUND ROBIN BRIDGE !; Scores for the March St. Ann Auxiliary Round Robin: bridge game were as follows: Joan Diamond and Anita Snere, 20,830; Sally Gant and Sue Anderson, 18,750; Emily McGuire and Hilda Nemmers, 17,200; Arlene Mil- NEW OFFICERS for the Algona Toastmasters club were installed Monday at a special "ladies night" meeting. Dr. L. Snyder led the installation ceremony as past president James Schubbe handed the gavel over to William Finn. Installed as educational vice-president was Ted Smith; administrative, vice-president, Roger Hiemstra; sec.. Floyd Bode; treas., Myron (Mike) Smith; sergeant, Eugene Faulstich. The Toastmaster Organization is designed to improve individuals' speaking ability through self improvement, speaking experience, and member evaluation. A number of Algona members have received awards in district speaking contests. Anyone interested in obtaining information on Toastmasters or obtaining a speaker or master of ceremonies for some event should contact any club officer. Pictured left to right are Floyd Bode, Ted Smith, Wm. Finn. Roger Hiemstra, Eugene Faulstich, and Mike Smith. Greigg to speak at Kossuth convention ler and 16,770. Helene Whittemore, M-D BANQUET APRIL 26 The Mothers and Daughter banquet of the Congregational church will be held Tuesday, April 26, The men of the church are doing the serving and Ted Herbst is chairman. HOMEMAKERS MEET Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves en tertained the Irvington Homemakers club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Loren Johnson enter tained her bridge club Thursday evening, April 21. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs, Twilla Bartholomew entertained her bridge club Wed nesday evening, April 20. POT LUCK SUPPER The Rebekah birthday club met Monday evening for a pot> luck supper at Mrs. Bertha Spear's. BRIDGE CLUB HAS MEETING Mrs. Hal Long was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday evening. SEWING CLUB MATING ' Mrs. Arthur Krause entertained her sewing club Tuesday jafternoon- SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Pick Norton entertained The silver march for the Cancer fund was $4.36. Ruth Black received the door prize and Mrs Zeigler the cancer gift prize. Next meeting will be held on iMay 11. At the meeting of VFW Post DeWain DeRoos was elected as commander; Art Wiese, Sr. vice commander; and John Goodman Jr., jr. vice. Wayne Goodman is the retiring commander who served the local post for two years and is at present County Commander of VFW. New teachers for 12 posts are hired here l:.;.: •;• '•..'•'.•. . ' • . :-i The: recommendations of 12 'new teachers were accepted and ;they were hired at the meeting ''.of.', the,Algona school board last Wednesday. They are Ilomae Mieman, Clarion, for grade 6; Mrs. Cheryl Lichter, West Un ion, junior high English; Willi- irn Simpson, Parkersburg, junior high science; Gale Brown, of Oakland, grade 5; Larry Legore Blair, Neb., junior and senioi hiigh social studies and audiovisual. •''.-• •; Other; were Mrs. Susan Legore, Blair, Neb., grade 3; Irma Ritchie, Algona, grade 3; Willi am Castle, St. Paul Park, Minn, band; Mrs. Janet Sowers, Algo na, home economics; Carol Sen nell, Ruthven, grade 2; Loren Burnett, Titonka, elemental': physical education and high school athletics; Lynn Kueck, o Cedar Falls, junior and senio high math. The board will meet again in Congressman Stanley Gredgg will give the keynote address at the opening of the Kossuth County Democratic convention to ba held in Algona Friday, May 6 at the V.F.W. hall. The event will begin at 7:30 p.m. The delegates and alternates to the County Convention were elected at the precinct caucuses that were held last month. All delegates and alternates will be contacted by their precinct committeeman or woman within the next few days. The County Convention has three main purposes: to elect Kossuth County's twenty-eight delegates to the State Convention, to prepare resolutions to be submitted to the State platform committee, and to endorse candidates offices. running for county ENDORSEMENT of candidat- s is a new item this year and s now required by the Demo- ratic Party Constitution. Party ndorsement will affect candi miss for State Representative, County Attorney, County Recorder and County Treasurer vlancil Hurlburt of Swea City 6,000 attend * r sport* show over weekend By actual count 6,000 persons attended the North Iowa Sport?, rama over the weekend sponsor'- ed by the East Fotk Chapter of Izaak Walton League. All of the dealers were so pleased with the turn-out they want to re* turn next year. But they must wait two years, as the affair is biennial.' The Graw'ng for prizes was at 5 o'clock Sunday after non. Winners of the Izaak Walton League prizes may be picked up from "Soup" Briggs at the Algona Barbershop. Mrs. Verne Mathison, Buffalo Center, won the week's free vacation at Jim Schneider's Resort at Cross Lake, Minn. Mrs. Sariir Hopkins, Algona, won the 16 ft Trailblazer canoe; Mrs. Raj Franzen, Titonka, was the winner of the Daisy air pistol. Other winners were: Mrs. Hil da Wegener, Algona, the Bent ley lead heads; Burton Peterson, Cylinder, Mercury outboard mo- .or; Philip Fisher, West Bend, ieddon.spin outfit; James C. Kollasctt; Whittemore, St. Crouix spin outfit; Delores Besch, Algona, Morck's Fillet Night; John Albert, Algona, fish skinner. Vert Patterson, $10 gift certificate, Montgomery Ward & Co. Mrs. Woodrow Otto, of Rolfe, won Engelbritson's Jet Outboard motor; Robert Cordero, Algona, Hutzell's basketball; Bob Ellef- on Tues Services held Tuesday for Mrs. Macumber Funeral services for Mrs. dar ence Macumber, 55, were hel< Tuesday morning at 10:30 at the Trinity Lutheran church with Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiating Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were Geral< Ferris, Grady Phillips, WUlart Zeigler, Truman Shackelford Howard Hoenk and John Groen Leona Rosanne was the ghter of iier son, Algona, Harvey Larson's minnow bucket. Scott Buchanan and Jack Out- ton, both of Algona; Douglas Siebert, Ringsted; Mrs. Don Pecoy, Sexton; Oliver Kinseth, Ottosen; and Albert Kosse, Burt, were winners of Coast-to-Coast radios. Mrs. Perry Lowman and Walter Haupert, both of Algona, and Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley, won cameras given by the Coast-to-Coast store. About 450 children and adults enjoyed free pony rides given by Policeman Eppo Bulten who had a team of them hitched to a wagon. Corwith farmer ^•j^K^m 40 attend meet Tuesday at courthouse About 40 persons from Kossuth County attended the Poverty program meeting at the Court House Tuesday night. The meeting was called to determine . what definite needs were known around the county. A program for use of the $60, 000 allocated by the government must be submitted to the Kansas City office by May 15 after approval of the Kossuth County committee of which Rev, N. Coughenour is the chairman, Gary McDonald is the president of the Upper Des Moines Opportunity Inc. committee, having; succeeded M. Peter Hart Emmetsburg farm manager who was named, director, of the Em met, Palo Alto, Kotsuth, and Pocahontas programs on April 1 Rev. Coughenour presided a' the meeting in which the Economic Opportunity program am what it had to offer Kossuth County was discussed. It must help people escape poverty; it is not a welfare or hand-out program. Mr. Hart reviewed events leading up to the present and mentioned a survey and the questionnaire to be used during four months this summer. He bated available services or city or both, If your dog received the two-year shot last year ,it won't be necessary again this year, but you must get a license this year- Pets must be on leash or under control in the parade. Bicycles are also invited to be in the parade. That morning you can >uy your 1966-1967 license for only 50c at the city' hall. There will also be prizes for decorated bikes. The project is sponsored by the Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce Algona Library Two luachars hind for county positions Two area persons have been hired by A, M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, for positions in Kossuth county. Esther Wilson, West Bend, will be another speech therapist; at present Roger Lemmon is servicing the entire county. Lorene Trenary, Swea City ( has been hired for the new county program for retarded children. Her work will be in the north part of the county. M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Dryin Makes » Diying T Opening Hours: Men., Tuts.; Thur., 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; W«d. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Fri. 126 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Sat. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:304 p.m. for the community action program: psychologists, social workers, speech therapists, health services, Head Start for children, Upward Bound for high school youth, library workers, and visitation and aid in the homes of the elderly. Mr. Hart plans to visit citizens, church and service grou ps throughout the county to determine needs. Lone Rock on March 23, 1911 and married to Clarence Ma^ cumber at Jackson, Minn, oii July 14, 1935. Mrs. Macum died Saturday evening, April 16; at St. Ann hospital after;a " gering illness. She; was -a-; re; her sewing ning. club Monday eve- 0RIDCE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Don Armstrong entertained her bridge club Monday evening. WiUtyi irt boy, David two weeks for further study on the suggestions of the architects and teaching staff for the pro posed new high school building A citizen's committee will alsc study the plans and make rec ommendations. A general review of the en tire building program will b brought before the general pub Uc and explained at a later date It is hoped that the matter of bond issue will be brought be fore the public next fall. Squirt dance club formed at Ledyard Lodyard — "The Farmers and Charmers" is the name chosen by the local square dance group. Officers are the Leon McCoys, president; Everett Thompsons, vice; Pale Junkermeiers, treas., and Don Johnsons, sec. The next (lance will be held April 27 at the Ledyard school. Plans are to have dances on the second and fourth Wednesdays in May, and on the fourth Wednesday in June, July and August. Twenty- eight couples have signed up. Anyone interested in joining is invited to attend or contact the officers. las announced that he is a candidate for the State Represen- aitive post and it is expectec hat the incumbents in the oth- offices, Gordon Winkel, Clara Walker and Rosella Voigt will also seek re-election. In addition to Congressman Greigg's talk, some of the resolutions that will come before the platform committee promise to make this an interesting convention. The delegates will probably have to pass on resolutions regarding the conduct of the Viet Nam war, the school bus issue, and the right-to-work law, among other issues. In addition to the delegates and alternates who were elected at the caucuses, the general public is also invited to be present to hear Congressman Greigg and to observe the convention in action. Mrs. Klein wins "Oscar" contest . tered nurse and had been ei$ |rea farmer, were held Tuesday ThV Chtfttr A grandparents of a born April 15 at the Britt to tfie WiJliSJn J. Nor- Mrs. Nprtoid tw- mer Margaret Willey. They also haxe a son Kim 3 and daughter Pa\yn 15 mouths. This is the seventh grandchild for the Ches- 1m WUJeys, 67 years of age Funeral services for Charles Wermersen. 67, a Corwith Mrs. DuWayne Klein won first prize in the Algona Ad vance "Oscar Contest" am lied for second place were Bet ty Ann McEnroe and Dave Shumway. Mrs. Klein receives a year's free pass for two people to the Algona and Starlite Drive-in theatres; she had nine correct answers. The second place winners, with eight correct answers, will each get six- month passes for two people to both theatres. Algona Theatre manager, Lloyd Gray, presented the winners with their passes. Style show for Ledyard P, T, A, Ledyard — The Parent-Teachers Organization will meet April 25 at 8 p.m. There will be room visitation at 7:15. Mrs. Oline Keister is in charge o£ the program which will be a style show, and a display will also be set up by the industrial arts dept., under the direction of Phillip Hibbard. There will be election of officers. Mrs. Ted Thilges is chairman of the nominating committee. The John Richardsons head the refreshment committee. ployed ait the Good Samaritan Home. Survivors besides her husband are two sons, David, Omaha, and Thomas, who is in the Navy There are two grandchildren. Other survivors are a brother and four sisters: Arthur Bier stedt, Lakota; Esther, Mrs. Wai ter Sorenson, Burt; Gladys, Mrs H. W. O'Donnell, Lone Rock Dorothy, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, ol Lone Rock; Evelyn, Mrs. Leon ard Warner, Algona. One brother and her parents are ceased. Deanery meet next Thursday at West Bend The Northeast Deanery of Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will hold their open spring meeting at St. Pet- sr and Paul's hall at West Bend Thursday, April 28. The board meeting will be at ten o'clock; luncheon, which is open to all women, will be served in the hall at 11:45 a.m. Reservations must be made by Monday, April 25. with Mrs. Joe Fogarty, West Bend. The afternoon session will be at 1:00 p.m., with registration, followed by the meeting; social hour at 3:30 p.m. The speaker will be J. Des inond Crotty from Pocahontas. He is an attorney, former Naval Officer in WW 11, former special agent of the FBI retired for physical disability. lie served in Catholic Social Services in Indiana and the Lay Board of the Cur- sillo Movement there. Anyone in need of a ride please call 295-3977 or 295-5569. LEDYARD GIRLS WIN Ltdyard — Ledyard girls soft ball team won the season opener by defeating Thompson 10-4 Thursday. Gretchen DeBoer pitched to Dianna Mennen. Vicki Thilges and Caroline Johnson led hitting with two each. There was a total of i? hits lor the Ledyard "team. fit the Blake funeral home in Corwith. Rev. Frank Considine, pastor of the Corwith and Wesley Methodist churches, official- ed and burial was in the Corwith cemetery. Mr. Wermersen died at his Put wet grain in the top ... Dry cooled grain comes out outotiMN tieally . . . no cracking or grinding. . . perfect quality all the timl National Book Week is being celebrated in every library during this week of April 18-23. At the Algona Public Library are special displays on spring activities, gardening sports, hobbies, etc. Many new books are available, a few of which are listed below: Biography Go Up for Glory by Bill Russell; David Sarnoff by Eugene Lyons; Adlai Stevenson by Lil- ORAIN DRYEt iian Ross; Bingham. U Thant by June Taylor Implement Co. HI 11"H"l'H-H-H 1 I I I M-I-l-H- home Sunday, only five days after his 67th birthday. He was an army Veteran and farmed many years. i: Suryiying. are three brothers and four sisters, Albert, with whom he made his home at Corwith; Chris of Curlew; William, Mrs. Verne Nims, Mrs. Ernest Gee and Mrs, Leslie Dawson, all of Corwith, and Mrs. Tony Harding of Pontiac, III; also one half- sister. Mrs, Julie DeMers of Smithtown, Long Island, N. Y. PLANTER SCHOOL A Planter School will be held at Ernie Williams John Deere, E. Hwy. 18 Thursday evening, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. Andy Anderson, manager will be on hand to answer questions and offer instruction on new methods of planter usage. early because of new law If you live in town or in the country, you must get a county license for your dog. The las day to get one without paying a penalty is April 30. If you live in Algona you must have a city license also for your dog. In order to obtain either or both licenses it is necessary to show a rabies inoculation certificates, proof that your dog has had a recent rabies inoculation. These inoculations are good for two years. Algona is having a Pet Parade Saturday, April 23rd at 10 a.m. It will start from the high school Annex, and will be led by the Algona high school band. The parade will end at the city hall. Any kind of animal can be in the parade and there will be prizes given. If you have a dog, you can have it inoculated for rabies by a veterinarian at the bargain price of only $1.75 for two years protection. You can then buy your dog license — for county 'Non-Fietion The Last 100 Days by John Toland; Happier Family Camping; Blueberry Hill Menu Cookbook; Think and Grow Rich; The Last Battle by Cornelius Ryan; A Thousand Days by A. M. Schlesinger, Jr.; Manchild in the Promised Land by Claude Brown; Feminine Forever by Robert Wilson; McCall's Needlework Treasury; McClane's Fish- ng Encyclopedia; .The Power of 'erception by Marcus Bach. ; Greenstone by Sylvia Ashton- Warner; The Embezzler by Lous Auchinoloss; TOO Far To Walk jy John Hersey; Daughter of ;he Legend by Jesse Stuart; Co- lumbella by Phyllis A. Whitney; A Crack in the Sidewalk by Ruth Wolff; An Odor of Sanctity by Frank Yerby; No One Hears But Him by Taylor Caldwell; Helen by E. V. Cunningham; The Monument by Nathaniel Benchley; Fantastic Voyage by Isaac Asimov. * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, * THANK YOU NOTES A complete •election dial will ple«M every Bride, yet the prices ue mo lent* Advance Pub. Co. 1 1 n ' 1 1 mm mm THANK YOU FOR HELPING US TO MAKE OUR OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS, We hope you will continue to see us for ail your laundry and dry cleaning needs. If you haven't been in as yet, we extend a cordial invitition to stop in anytime. 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